A two-part version of Goethe's great work, retaining the mighty scope, linguistic daring and philosophical intricacy of the original.
A clear, colloquial and accurate translation of Chekhov's play about the Prozorov family's dream of returning from the provinces to an idealised Moscow.
Schiller's great tragedy transformed by Mike Poulton into an intense and gripping historical thriller.
A fresh translation of one of the last great epics of the nineteenth century.
The nineteenth-century French classic about the swordsman-poet with the nose too large to be taken seriously, in an acclaimed English translation by Anthony Burgess.
A startling new version of Hedda Gabler, relocating Ibsen's nineteenth-century heroine to London in 2008.
A chillingly grotesque farce set in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution.
An enchanting argument for the power of theatrical imagination over reality, The Illusion weaves obsession and caprice, romance and murder, fact and fiction, into an enticing exploration of the greatest illusion of all – love.
Arthur Miller's version of Ibsen's most explosive play.
Lessing's 18th-century masterpiece, a passionate plea for religious tolerance.
A delightfully morbid black comedy with a nod to Hitchcock's Rope.
On Now & Coming SoonJules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason
14 - 21 May 22
Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic SocietyCreated by Mark Gatiss
25 - 28 May 22
Holmfirth Turn Again TheatreJessica Swale
25 - 28 May 22
Sinodun Players, WallingfordJohn Nicholson and Le Navet BeteTom Wells
7 - 11 June 2022
Bournemouth Little Theatre